The president and CEO of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Hubert Lacroix, stated recently that the crown corporation had to “be something for, and mean something special to, every Canadian.” In accordance with the mandate described in the latest version of the Broadcasting Act, adopted in 1991, Mr. Lacroix wants a wide range of programming that informs, enlightens and entertains. Yet the technological context and the Canadian broadcasting sector have undergone significant changes since 1991. Shouldn’t the mandate of the CBC do likewise?
Media release :: The CBC should refocus its mandate on information and culture
|CBC should concentrate on Canadian culture and information (Several Sun Media newspapers and websites, July 19, 2012)||Interview (in French) with Yves Rabeau (ARGENT, July 19, 2012).
Interview (in French) with Yves Rabeau (V Télé, July 19, 2012)